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    [Debut Trailer] ‘DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO’ Announced At TGA 2023

    Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced a major addition to the DRAGON BALL Z gaming franchise with “DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO.” This announcement, made at The Game Awards, marks the first entry in the DRAGON BALL Z: BUDOKAI TENKAICHI series in over a decade. The game will be available exclusively on PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam®.

    Developed by Spike Chunsoft, the creators of the original BUDOKAI TENKAICHI series, “DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO” represents a significant advancement in the franchise. The game utilizes Unreal Engine 5 to enhance gameplay and features, offering a fresh experience in the arena brawler genre.

    This new title also aligns with the original Japanese naming convention of the series, where “DRAGON BALL Z: BUDOKAI TENKAICHI” was known as “DRAGON BALL Z: Sparking!”

    Mike Chang, VP of Marketing and Digital Business at Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., expressed excitement about the game, highlighting it as the fighting game that DRAGON BALL fans have been eagerly anticipating.

    He emphasized the game’s legacy in pioneering the arena brawler genre and how “DRAGON BALL: Sparking! ZERO” builds on that foundation with new, genre-defining features. These advancements are made possible through the capabilities of the latest gaming platforms, aiming to deliver an immersive anime game experience.

    The game is set to feature gravity-defying battles, true to the spirit of the DRAGON BALL series, with characters’ signature destructive powers and Ki abilities rendered in stunning detail. These battles are expected to have an impact on the environment, with the potential to destroy parts of the arena, adding a dynamic and visceral element to the gameplay.


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